Post by Gordon Lee on Sept 13, 2013 16:25:34 GMT -5
Greetings Mr. Craig . That baffles the tarnation out of me. Why would someone go through the process of creating a fake stamp in which the only way it can be identified as not the real stamp by imprinting "F A U X" on it? (Of course the lettering is weak and some of the frame is wobbly and it looks a tad larger than the real stamp, but would not be noticeable without a side by side comparison.) . And, why would you knowingly purchase it? . Respectfully,
I bought it because it was unusual and would be interesting to write about in my stamp blog, Gordon. It wasn't expensive, maybe a couple of bucks on eBay for the pair. And see? I got you to talk about it. *grin*
Post by Gordon Lee on Sept 13, 2013 16:34:43 GMT -5
Greetings Mr. Craig . Yup, it worked. . But I am still scratching my noggin about why it was made in the first place with 'fake' written on it? It sure seem like going trough a lot of trouble just to say "I can." . Respectfully,
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